Fringed Dianthus is a type of flower that belongs to the family Caryophyllaceae. It is also known as the Cottage Pink or the Sweet
William, and is native to Europe and Asia. The Fringed Dianthus flower is a popular ornamental plant due to its brightly colored and fragrant flowers, which bloom in late spring and summer.
The Fringed Dianthus flower is a perennial plant, which means it comes back year after year. It typically grows to around 30-45 centimeters (12-18 inches) and produces numerous stems topped with clusters of small, fringed flowers. The flowers are typically pink, red, or white, and have a distinctive fringed edge, giving them their name.
Fringed Dianthus is a hardy plant that is relatively easy to grow, making it a popular choice for home gardeners. It prefers well-drained soil and full sun but can also tolerate partial shade. Regular watering and fertilization can help to ensure healthy growth and abundant blooms.